Whiplash injury in Dedham is an umbrella term for an injury which we are all familiar with; we hear the term possibly daily through newspapers propaganda or television commercials promising to help, but do we actually know what’s fact and what’s fiction when it comes to whiplash injury in Dedham? As well as our solicitors fighting your case through a no win, no fee procedure, we’re also a source of 100% no obligation advice as and when you may need it.
Here we put to bed some common myths regarding whiplash injuries:
Whiplash is a minimal injury, people just like to fuss…
Whiplash injury in Dedham can leave a victim permanently disabled, it can leave people with with lifelong physical issues and it can also result in a lifetime of psychological conditions. When whiplash injury in Dedham is suffered this is when the delicate tissues and muscles are shredded, ripped, torn or stretched which is what produces the absolute agony.
You can’t take time off work for whiplash!
Actually, the average person who has suffered whiplash will take eight weeks off work. This is for time to recover and time to attend the numerous medical appointments that are needed to aid a full and proper recovery.
How do you diagnose an invisible injury?
Even with the experts and advanced technology that we have in place today, it can still be extremely difficult to receive a diagnosis for a whiplash injury in Dedham. It is also only very rarely diagnosed when a person is admitted to hospital following an accident, due to it taking time (up to 2 days) for the area to begin to cause pain – just like it takes time to feel the effects of exercise or a physical activity. Without detection, whiplash can still be diagnosed if a victim is suffering with some of the many whiplash symptoms such as; swollen jaw, stiff neck, blurred vision, fatigue, torso pain, vertigo and nausea.
With so many cases of whiplash now, the compensation can’t be as much as it once was?
Accident Advice Helpline recover over £35 million on a yearly basis for our clients, and we promise the maximum money possible will be obtained. All aspects of your suffering are considered to make sure you’re paid well, paid fairly and paid fully for your whiplash injury in Dedham. See what this could mean for you by completing our 30-second test.
What accidents produce whiplash injuries?
Whiplash is likely to be a result of a road traffic accident, however it is certainly not limited to this and can from many accident types which involve a sudden impact to your upper body. Whiplash can even be the result of a slip, trip or fall.
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